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Properties of Solutions

Properties of Solutions

Properties of Solutions. CA Standards. Classification of Matter. Solutions are homogeneous mixtures. Solute. A solute is the dissolved substance in a solution. Salt in salt water. Sugar in soda drinks. Carbon dioxide in soda drinks. Solvent.

By oshin
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Giant Ionic Structures

Giant Ionic Structures

Giant Ionic Structures. What are ions?. An ion is an atom or group of atoms which carries an electrical charge – either positive or negative . What are Giant Ionic Structures?.

By aulii
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Static Electricity Notes

Static Electricity Notes

Static Electricity Notes. CP Physics Ms. Morrison. Electrical Forces . Created by the attraction and repulsion of charged particles (ions) Part of electromagnetic force. Electromagnetic Forces vs. Gravitational Force. Electromagnetic Force. Gravitational Force.

By tala
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Why does this hurt?

Why does this hurt?

Why does this hurt?. Oxygen and Hydrogen are bonded together by Covalent Bonds O and H share some electrons. Water = H 2 O. Water is a Polar Molecule. Oxygen atom is bigger than Hydrogen atoms. Oxygen has 8 protons – it pulls the electrons close and becomes a little negative.

By kail
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Understanding Older Houses

Understanding Older Houses

Understanding Older Houses. Independently owned and operated. Course Objectives. Enhance your understanding of older properties to better anticipate “sticking points” with prospective buyers

By neila
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How do neurons communicate?

How do neurons communicate?

How do neurons communicate?. a. b. c. How do neurons communicate?. Need to think about this question 2 ways. How do neurons communicate?. 1. within neurons – 2. between neurons-. Neuron receiving info. Information traveling down neuron. How do neurons communicate .

By tait
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Caffeine Consumption vs. hours of sleep

Caffeine Consumption vs. hours of sleep

Caffeine Consumption vs. hours of sleep. Amie Radtke , Julie Luckart , Drew Hanson, Sofiya Mykhalska , Melissa Young, Erin Brown. Research Question.

By novia
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Functional Anatomy of the Respiratory System

Functional Anatomy of the Respiratory System

Functional Anatomy of the Respiratory System. Dr. Meg- angela Christi Amores. Pulmonary Ventilation. Pulmonary Ventilation – inflow and outflow of air between the atmosphere and the lungs Muscles for Respiration: Diaphragm External Intercostal muscles Sternocleidomastoid Muscles

By palma
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Surprise Snow Storm December 28 th 2012

Surprise Snow Storm December 28 th 2012

Surprise Snow Storm December 28 th 2012. Ben Miller Meteorologist National Weather Service – St. Louis, Missouri. Overview. My Midnight Shift Forecast Model Forecast Data from 00Z December 28 th 2012 HPC Snow Forecast My Snowfall Forecast What Happened? Radar Imagery

By samuru
(113 views)

Intermolecular Forces

Intermolecular Forces

Intermolecular Forces . The forces in and around a molecule. Polarity. Polar bonds - uneven sharing of electrons Determined by difference in electronegativity > 2 - ionic bond 1-2 - polar < 1 – nonpolar. Polar Molecules.

By kasie
(95 views)

Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry. Vocabulary. Chemical Bonds. Ionic bond – one atom transfers an electron to another atom Covalent bond – two atoms share electrons Hydrogen bond – weak attraction between the hydrogen atom of one molecule and the slightly negative atom of another molecule. Chemical Reactions.

By reese
(108 views)

The System Dynamics Approach: Results of Scenarios for Europe

The System Dynamics Approach: Results of Scenarios for Europe

REVENUE Seminar 1 Brusels, June 9th 2004. The System Dynamics Approach: Results of Scenarios for Europe. Claus Doll Institut für Wirtschaftspolitik und Wirtschaftsforschung (IWW) Universität Karlsruhe (TH). Objectives and method of task 2.4. Goals:

By jeneva
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Changing phonation

Changing phonation

Changing phonation. [p] followed by [a] [p] is voiceless [a] is voiced The switch from voiceless to voiced could happen two ways Voicing could coincide with the release of [p] Voicing could be delayed till after the release. Which is which?. voicing coincides with release.

By kaspar
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ELECTRONEGATIVITY POLAR BONDS MOLECULAR POLARITY

ELECTRONEGATIVITY POLAR BONDS MOLECULAR POLARITY

Joshua Yeo Ong Han Wee Danny Li. ELECTRONEGATIVITY POLAR BONDS MOLECULAR POLARITY. Some terms we will be explaining. ELECTRONEGATIVITY IN COVALENT AND IONIC BONDING. Electronegativity. Definition A measure of the tendency of an atom to attract electrons towards itself. e -.

By milton
(120 views)

Chemical Shapes & Polarity

Chemical Shapes & Polarity

Chemical Shapes & Polarity. Here are some basic compounds that you see everyday. Do you know what they are? As you can see, even though they are made of the same elements (carbon and hydrogen), they have very different shapes. This is due to the way the atoms bond to each other.

By nerita
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Bond Polarity

Bond Polarity

8.4. Bond Polarity. When the atoms in a bond pull equally (as occurs when identical atoms are bonded), the bonding electrons are shared equally, and the bond is a nonpolar covalent bond. Bond Polarity. 8.4. Bond Polarity.

By irma-brennan
(104 views)

Why does this hurt?

Why does this hurt?

Why does this hurt?. Oxygen and Hydrogen are bonded together by Covalent Bonds O and H share some electrons. Water = H 2 O. Water is a Polar Molecule. Oxygen atom is bigger than Hydrogen atoms. Oxygen has 8 protons – it pulls the electrons close and becomes a little negative.

By anne-beard
(78 views)

Chemistry 8.4

Chemistry 8.4

Chemistry 8.4. Bell Work: Draw and name the structure of Sulfur Dioxide. 8.4. Bond Polarity. The bonding pairs of electrons in covalent bonds are pulled by the nuclei. 8.4. Bond Polarity.

By cstockdale
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Bond Polarity

Bond Polarity

8.4. Bond Polarity. Bond Polarity How do electronegativity values determine the charge distribution in a polar bond?. 8.4. Bond Polarity.

By floresmichael
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Chemistry 8.4

Chemistry 8.4

Chemistry 8.4. Polar Bonds and Molecules. 8.4. Snow covers approximately 23 percent of Earth’s surface. Each individual snowflake is formed from as many as 100 snow crystals. The polar bonds in water molecules influence the distinctive geometry of snowflakes. 8.4. Bond Polarity.

By mmurchison
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